mckenzie camp, percussionist
AWESOME SHOWS APRIL 28th and 29th!
1. 7:30pm, Friday, April 28th, Stanford Unviersity: I’ll be performing Daniel Wohl’s piece Kin for solo percussion and electronics, and will be joined by dancer Megan Nicely as a part of Stanford New Ensemble’s concert “Strange Attractors.” More info below! Did I mention this concert is FREE? :)
2. 9:30pm, Friday, April 28th, DNA LOUNGE 375 11th Street San Francisco: I’ll be performing with Mercury Soul, the brainchild of Mason Bates. We will be playing Drumming, In C, and some other cool interludes, interspersing classical sets with DJ sets. I am PUMPED for this awesome show - check out their site here:
3. 7:30pm Saturday, April 29th, at Seventh Avenue Presbyterian Church (1329 Seventh Avenue between Irving and Judah): I’ll be performing with flutist Jessie Nucho for an evening of contemporary flute and percussion music. Featuring a variety of styles and soundscapes, the program showcases the ability of these instruments to blend into one sound. Includes works by David Lang, Aaron Helgeson, Alexandre Lunsqui, and the Bay Area’s own Lou Harrison. Purchase tickets here:
Stanford New Ensemble: Strange Attractors
April 28 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Henry and Monique Brandon Family Community Room, Black Community Services Center - FREE!
Stanford New Ensemble presents “Strange Attractors,” a concert of new music and dance featuring members of Wild Rumpus and Megan Nicely/Dance. A varied selection of pieces written in the last 35 years span a wide range of styles and prominently feature unusual groupings of instruments, influences, and styles. Daniel Wohl’s Kin for percussion and electronics assembles a mosaic of sounds from disparate elements offered by 20 individuals. Lou Harrison’s Suite from Nek Chand uses the unique sound of the just intonation National steel guitar to weave together Hawaiian and Indian influences. Brian Ferneyhough’s Cassandra’s Dream Song for solo flute evokes a dream through a tightly-controlled structure, while Ted Hearne’s Furtive Movements pairs cello and percussion, obfuscating their normal musical roles and blurring the lines between their identities.
Mckenzie Camp: percussion
Joanne de Mars: cello
Giacomo Fiore: guitar
Ed Garcia: percussion
Bethanne Walker: flute
Megan Nicely/DANCE: dancer
MERCURY SOUL PRESENTS: CALIFORNIA MYSTICS
Fri April 28, 2017 – 9pm doors open
375 11th St, San Francisco, CA
Come help us celebrate the revolutionary music of California composers Steve Reich, Terry Riley, Lou Harrison, and Zoe Keating. We’ll have a solo set by Zoe Keating, as well performances of Reich’s Drumming and Nagoya Marimbas, Del Sol String Quartet playing Harrison’s Estampie, and Riley’s In C.